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Oral history interview transcript with Janis Ramquist (b. 1947), lobbyist and social advocate from 1985 to 2005, Executive Director for the Friends of Dorothea Dix Park and the NC Integrative Medicine Society. Interview conducted on April 24, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Teaching, Equal rights amendments--United States, Sex discrimination, Lobbying, Legislation,...
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Oral history interview with Janis Ramquist (b. 1947), lobbyist and social advocate from 1985 to 2005, Executive Director for the Friends of Dorothea Dix Park and the NC Integrative Medicine Society. Interview conducted on April 24, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Teaching, Equal rights amendments--United States, Sex discrimination, Lobbying, Legislation,...
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Oral history interview with Connie Regan Blake (b. 1947) of Asheville, N.C., a nationally-recognized folk storyteller. Interview conducted on February 20, 2020. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Hitchhiking, Europe--Description and travel, Storytelling--United States, Storytelling festivals,...
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Oral history interview with Connie Regan Blake (b. 1947) of Asheville, N.C., a nationally-recognized folk storyteller. Interview conducted on February 20, 2020. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Hitchhiking, Europe--Description and travel, Storytelling--United States, Storytelling festivals,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Kathryn Overby (b. 1974) of Alamance County, North Carolina, a North Carolina District Court judge. Interview conducted on February 7, 2020.  For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Universities and colleges, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Law schools, Public...
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Oral history interview with Kathryn Overby (b. 1974) of Alamance County, North Carolina, a North Carolina District Court judge. Interview conducted on February 7, 2020. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Universities and colleges, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Law schools, Public...
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Oral history interview transcript with Janie P. Brown (b. 1938) of Alamance County, North Carolina, an educator and women's athletics advocate. Interview conducted on February 3, 2020. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Women athletes, Coaching (Athletics), United States. Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX,...
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Oral history interview with Janie P. Brown (b. 1938) of Alamance County, North Carolina, an educator and women's athletics advocate. Interview conducted on February 3, 2020. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Women athletes, Coaching (Athletics), United States. Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Heather McMillan Nakai (b. 1980) of  Robeson County, North Carolina, a lawyer and Lumbee tribe advocate. Interview conducted on January 31, 2020. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Cancer, Native Americans, Lumbee Indians, Law schools, School integration, Law, Athletics,...
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Oral history interview with Heather McMillan Nakai (b. 1980) of  Robeson County, North Carolina, a lawyer and Lumbee tribe advocate. Interview conducted on January 31, 2020. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Cancer, Native Americans, Lumbee Indians, Law schools, School integration, Law, Athletics,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Leesa Jones (b. 1951), regarding general life history with a focus on her career in early childhood education, research, and development of the Washington Waterfront Underground Railroad Museum. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Segregation in education, School integration, Race discrimination, Private schools, Early childhood...
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Nov 18, 2020
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Oral history interview with Leesa Jones (b. 1951), regarding general life history with a focus on her career in early childhood education, research, and development of the Washington Waterfront Underground Railroad Museum. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Segregation in education, School integration, Race discrimination, Private schools, Early childhood...
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Oral history interview transcript with Karen Willis Amspacher (b. 1955), director of the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island, NC. Interview conducted on December 11, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Education, Universities and colleges, Teaching, Oral history, Heritage tourism, Fishing, Hunting,...
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Oral history interview with Karen Willis Amspacher (b. 1955), director of the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island, NC. Interview conducted on December 11, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Education, Universities and colleges, Teaching, Oral history, Heritage tourism, Fishing, Hunting,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Mari Fitz-Wynn (b. 1953), former lobbyist for North Carolinians for Homeschool Education and founder of Heart for Homeschool Ministries. Interview conducted on September 16, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: School integration, Women's college, City planning, City planning and redevelopment law, Lobbying,...
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Oral history interview with Mari Fitz-Wynn (b. 1953), former lobbyist for North Carolinians for Homeschool Education and founder of Heart for Homeschool Ministries. Interview conducted on September 16, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: School integration, Women's college, City planning, City planning and redevelopment law, Lobbying,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Chasta Hamilton (b. 1985), founder of Stage Door Dance Productions. Interview conducted on September 6, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Dance, Theater, Performing arts, Entrepreneurship, Universities and colleges, Broadway (New York,...
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Oral history interview with Chasta Hamilton (b. 1985), founder of Stage Door Dance Productions. Interview conducted on September 6, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Dance, Theater, Performing arts, Entrepreneurship, Universities and colleges, Broadway (New York,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Cheri Beasley (b. 1966), the first Black female Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Interview conducted on July 25, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Judges, Women judges, Judges--United States, Court administration, Race discrimination, Women's...
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Oral history interview with Cheri Beasley (b. 1966), the first Black female Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Interview conducted on July 25, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Judges, Women judges, Judges--United States, Court administration, Race discrimination, Women's...
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Oral history interview transcript with Dr. June Atkinson (b. 1948), who was the first female state superintendent of public schools in North Carolina, serving from 2005-2017. Interview conducted on June 28, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Education, Technical education, Business education, Technology, Elections, Keyboarding, Computers,...
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Oral history interview with Dr. June Atkinson (b. 1948), who was the first female state superintendent of public schools in North Carolina, serving from 2005-2017. Interview conducted on June 28, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Education, Technical education, Business education, Technology, Elections, Keyboarding, Computers,...
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Oral history interview transcript with DeLores "Dee" Todd (b. 1948), the first African-American female Assistant Commissioner of the ACC, and the first African-American woman to appear on a cereal box, among other career feats. Interview conducted on June 10, 2019.  For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Women athletes, Women track and field athletes, African American women track and field athletes,...
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Oral history interview with DeLores "Dee" Todd (b. 1948), the first African-American female Assistant Commissioner of the ACC, and the first African-American woman to appear on a cereal box, among other career feats. Interview conducted on June 10, 2019.  For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Women athletes, Women track and field athletes, African American women track and field athletes,...
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Oral history interview transcript with Dr. Lindsay Zanno (b. 1976), Head of Paleontology at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and assistant research professor at North Carolina State University’s Department of Biological Sciences. Interview conducted on May 22, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Women in science, Paleontology, Interactive science museums, Science museums--Public relations,...
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Oral history interview with Dr. Lindsay Zanno (b. 1976), Head of Paleontology at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and assistant research professor at North Carolina State University’s Department of Biological Sciences. Interview conducted on May 22, 2019.  For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Women in science, Paleontology, Interactive science museums, Science museums--Public relations,...
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Oral history interview with Elizabeth McCrodden, who served as judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals from, and founded of the Sunflower Initiative. Interview conducted on May 7, 2019. For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Sex discrimination, Appellate procedure, Appellate courts, Women judges--United States, Race...
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Oral history interview with Elizabeth McCrodden, who served as judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals from, and founded of the Sunflower Initiative. Interview conducted on May 7, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Judges--Election, Mediation, Arbitration and award, Apportionment (Election law), Equal rights...
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Oral History interview transcript with Edelmira Segovia (b. 1976), regarding her general life history from growing up in Peru to her current role as the director of Centro Hispano at UNC-Wilmington.  For the audio files of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Minorities in higher education, Sexism, English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers,...
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Oral History interview with Edelmira Segovia (b. 1976), regarding her general life history from growing up in Peru to her current role as the director of Centro Hispano at UNC-Wilmington. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Minorities in higher education, Sexism, English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers,...
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Oral history interview with Banu Valladares (b. 1964), educator, who has worked with the Charlotte Bilingual Preschool since 2017. Interview conducted on April 28, 2019. For the audio recordings of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Minorities--Education, Minorities in art, Imperialism, Single-sex classes (education), Sexism,...
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Oral history interview with Banu Valladares (b. 1964), educator, who has worked with the Charlotte Bilingual Preschool since 2017. Interview conducted on April 28, 2019. For the transcript of the interview, please click on the External Identifier below.
Topics: Minorities--Education, Minorities in art, Imperialism, Single-sex classes (education), Sexism,...
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This oral history interview with Elizabeth Bennett, PhD (b. 1943) covers her general life history with a focus on her career in math and science education and her role as the director of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Bennett served as director from 1990 to 2012, where she led the development of a reinvention of the museum, including a new building and new exhibits. Prior to that she had worked for Discovery Place in Charlotte and what became the Kidzu Children's Museum in...
Topics: Women's colleges, School integration, Teaching, School boards--North Carolina, Museum...
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This oral history interview with Elizabeth Bennett, PhD (b. 1943) covers her general life history with a focus on her career in math and science education and her role as the director of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Bennett served as director from 1990 to 2012, where she led the development of a reinvention of the museum, including a new building and new exhibits. Prior to that she had worked for Discovery Place in Charlotte and what became the Kidzu Children's Museum in...
Topics: Women's colleges, School integration, Teaching, School boards--North Carolina, Museum...
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Interview transcript for Brenda Hill Pollard. For the audio interview, please see the link below by External_identifier. Oral History interview with Brenda Hill Pollard (b. 1951), who worked in secretarial and administrative positions in the North Carolina state government for over twenty years. Pollard’s career and community involvement were recognized through her title of 2018 North Carolina’s Democratic Woman of the Year. 
Topics: Administrative assistants, Charity, Democratic Party (N.C.), General Society of the Daughters of...
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Oral History interview with Brenda Hill Pollard (b. 1951), who worked in secretarial and administrative positions in the North Carolina state government for over twenty years. Pollard’s career and community involvement were recognized through her title of 2018 North Carolina’s Democratic Woman of the Year. For the interview transcript, please see the link below by External_identifier.
Topics: Administrative assistants, Charity, Democratic Party (N.C.), General Society of the Daughters of...
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Wilbur Wilson Warlick (who went by "Rip") was born on October 11, 1921, in Lincoln County, North Carolina, to Claude I. and Prue (or Price) Clegg Warlick. Wilbur's father was a mail career for the U.S. Postal Service by 1930 in Lincolnton, North Carolina. Wilbur Warlick enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1939. He served during World War II for the entire length of the war, working as a radioman. During the war, Warlick, the Navy Aviation Radioman Second Class of a Consolidated PBY Catalina...
Topics: Catalina (Seaplane), Military history, Naval Station Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Oral histories, Oral...
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Clarence Garland Powell was born on February 22, 1926, in the town of Williamston in Martin County, N.C. Clarence’s grandfather had been born under slavery before the U.S. Civil War; after the war, he was able to amass over 150 acres of land in Martin County. Clarence’s father was a tenant farmer in Martin County, working tobacco, cotton, and peanuts. Clarence Powell went to school at Piney Woods School, built on his grandfather’s land, until he was six years old. At age six, he moved to...
Topics: Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired military personnel,...
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The 1995 'World War II: A Symposium' Recordings collection is composed of nine original audiocassette tapes containing the recordings of sessions given at the 'World War II: A Symposium', held at the McKimmon Center at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C., from September 21-23, 1995. The symposium was hosted by the North Carolina Department of Archives and History, the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, and the Federation of North Carolina Historical Societies, to...
Topics: Conference proceedings, World War, 1939-1945, World War, 1939-1945--United States, World War,...
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Charles Arthur Stevens Sr. was born on March 18, 1928, in the small town of Wallace on the border of Pender and Duplin Counties, N.C., to James and Miranda Stevens. Charles Stevens would enlist in the U.S. Army after the end of World War II, being inducted into service on March 1, 1946, at Fort Bragg, N.C. Stevens went through basic training at Fort Houston, Texas, after which he was trained as an Army medical and surgical specialist. He was sent to a segregated Army unit in Alaska in an...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Fort Benning (Ga.), Fort Bragg (N.C.), Fort Campbell (Ky. and Tenn.),...
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Henri A. LeGendre’s parents immigrated from Trinidad, to New York City, and he was born in Harlem. His father was a civil engineer and his mother was a nurse. Henri LeGendre was educated in the New York City Public School system, graduating from DeWitt Clinton High School. LeGendre enlisted at the age of 18 in the New York National Guard’s 15th Regiment, and was stationed at Camp Smith Peekskill, NY. After being discharged from the National Guard on December 18, 1942, LeGendre volunteer for...
Topics: Fort Clark (Tex.), Military history, New York (State). National Guard, Oral histories, Oral...
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John R. Thompson was born in Kannapolis, N.C. He graduated from George Washington Carver High School. In high school, he worked selling popcorn at a movie theater in Kannapolis in 1943. He traveled to Fort Bragg, N.C., after graduation to talk with a U.S. Marine Corps recruiter there. He decided to enlist in World War II in the Marine Corps, as it was the dress blue uniforms that drew Thompson to join the Marines. He traveled to Raleigh, N.C., to be sworn in at the Raleigh Marine Corps...
Topics: Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military history, Montford Point Camp (Camp Lejeune, N.C.), Oral histories, Oral...
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Joe Thomas Knott Jr. (who went by "J.T.") was born on April 16, 1926 outside of Zebulon in Wake County, North Carolina, to Joe and Ethel Knott. Knott's father was a farmer who raised tobacco, corn, and wheat. He graduated from Wakeland High School High School. He registered for the U.S. military on April 18, 1944. Knott served in the U.S. Army during World War II, from September 13, 1944 to December 2, 1945. He served with the 94th Infantry Division, reaching the rank of Corporal...
Topics: Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired military personnel,...
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Aug 27, 2019
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Alida Elizabeth Gaspersohn Drumm was born on January 3, 1903, in Latvia. She had attended a medical college in Latvia, but could not graduate because of the chaos of the Russian Revolution. Her father was a newspaper editor in Russia before World War I. She was married to Karl Johann Gaspersohn, and the couple had a son before World War II. When Russia took over Latvia in 1942, Drumm and her family left for Poland. The family lived in Poland for two years until 1944, before fleeing the Russian...
Topics: Latvia, Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Soviet...
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Biruta Adminis Nielsen was born on February 4, 1938, in Latvia. When World War II erupted, she was living in the town of Balvi, Latvia. After suffering from bombing by the Germans, her town then was bombed by the Russians when they came through the country. She would become a refugee. After leaving from the port of Bremerhaven, Germany, aboard the ship General Harry Taylor, Biruta Adminis arrived as an immigrant at the port of New York City, New York, on April 20, 1950, when she was 12 years...
Topics: General Harry Taylor (Ship), Latvia, Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal...
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Michael James Snyder (who goes by "Mike") was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1956. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in June 1974 after graduating from high school. He served in the Marine Corps from 1974 until his retirement in 2001. Snyder retired with the rank of Major. At the time of the interview, Snyder was living in Holly Springs, N.C.
Topics: Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired military personnel,...
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Douglas Terry Edmonds was born in Hungtington, West Virginia. When he about in seventh grade, his family moved to Topsail Beach in Pender County, N.C. Edmonds attended school in Hampstead, N.C., graduating from the K-12 school there in 1964. He attended college from 1964 to 1968 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and was involved in political campaigns in the area and for the state during this period as a political science major. After flunking out of college, Edmonds would...
Topics: Draft, Fort Bragg (N.C.), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Military history, Oral histories, Oral...
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Willard Marshel Murphy was born on May 12, 1941, in Greene County, N.C., to Hubert and Dora Murphy. Willard Murphy was raised in Wilson County, N.C. He would marry Shirley Lou Garner on June 7, 1963, in Wilson, N.C. Murphy was drafted during the Vietnam War, and enlisted in the U.S. Army on August 10, 1966, instead of waiting to be assigned by the draft board. He completed his basic training at Fort Bragg, N.C. Murphy went through his Advanced Individual Training at Fort Eustis near Newport...
Topics: Cam Ranh (Vietnam), Draft, Fort Bragg (N.C.), Fort Eustis (Va.), Military history, Naval Station...
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James Edward Mercer was born on March 10, 1944, in Rocky Mount, N.C., to Frank and Marie Mercer. In 1962, Mercer graduated from Swift Creek High School, a segregated African-American school in Whitakers, N.C. He joined the U.S. Air Force in early 1964. Mercer completed his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. He finished aircraft mechanic training at Amarillo Air Force Base, Texas. Upon the completion of his training, Mercer was stationed at Holloman Air Force Base...
Topics: Amarillo Army Air Field (Tex.), George Air Force Base (Calif.), Holloman Air Force Base (N.M.),...
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James Daniel Johnson was born on September 29, 1940, in Albemarle, N.C. Johnson graduated from Wake Forest College (present-day Wake Forest University) in Winston-Salem, N.C., where he was a member of the varsity football team. He then received seminary training from Southeastern Baptist Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C. In 1964, Johnson joined the U.S. Army Reserves while at seminary, and completed his basic training at Fort Hamilton in New York City. After seminary, Johnson pastored a church at...
Topics: Bien Hoa Air Base (Vietnam), Fort Bragg (N.C.), Fort Hamilton (N.Y.), Fort Knox (Ky.), Military...
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Charles Milton Gooch Jr. was born on March 17, 1947, in Raleigh, N.C., to Charles Milton and Janie Perry Gooch. Charles Gooch Jr. graduated from Broughton High School in Raleigh, N.C., in 1965. He enlisted in the U.S. Army on February 11, 1966, in Raleigh, N.C. Gooch completed basic training at Fort Gordon near Augusta, Georgia; Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sill near Lawton, Oklahoma; and paratrooper training at Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia.  With the completion of his training in...
Topics: Bien Hoa Air Base (Vietnam), Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives,...
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George William Drewett was born in April 24, 1947, in Franklin County, North Carolina. He was raised in Louisburg, N.C., and was living there when he entered military service. Prior to his enlistment in the U.S. Air Force, Drewett received civilian pilot training. He was inducted into the U.S. Air Force on June 27, 1966, and served until November 1969. Drewett reached the rank of Sergeant E-4 during his military career. Drewett completed basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. After...
Topics: Camp Perry (Ohio), Central America, Fairchild Air Force Base (Wash.), Lackland Air Force Base...
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Aug 23, 2019
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Sidney Joyner Green was born and raised in Franklin County, N.C. He served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1945.
Topics: United States. Army, World War, 1939-1945
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Ralph Reid Todd was born on December 24, 1912, in Tabor City, N.C., to Albert Alonzo and Laura Janette Briston Todd. By 1920, the Todd family was living in Lillington, N.C., where Albert Todd worked as an agent at a railroad station. By 1930, the family had moved to Greensboro, N.C., where Ralph Todd grew up and his father worked as a railroad rate clerk. Todd graduated from Greensboro High School. He earned his undergraduate degree through attendance at multiple institutions, including:...
Topics: Cold War, Fort Wingate (N.M.), Military history, Oral histories, Oral history, Pentagon (Va.),...
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Robert Wilson Ryals Sr. was born on August 11, 1924, in Fayetteville, N.C., to Eddie R. and Margaret R. Ryals. Eddie Ryals was a veteran of World War I, and worked for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. In 1930, the Ryals family relocated to Rocky Mount, N.C. In 1942, Robert Ryals graduated from high school, and enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II. Ryals volunteered for paratrooper training upon his enlistment in the U.S. Army, and was assigned to the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment...
Topics: Arlington National Cemetery (Arlington, Va.), Camp MacKall (N.C.), Camp Myles Standish (Mass.),...
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Herman Thomas Harden Jr. (who went by Tommy Harden) was born on July 28, 1919, in the town of Windsor in Bertie County, N.C., to Herman T. Harden, Sr. and Evelyn Pate Harden. By 1930, the Harden family was living in Windsor, N.C., and Herman Sarden Sr. as a mechanic at an automobile garage. At the time of his federal draft registration for World War II, Harden was working for his father. Herman Harden Jr. was inducted for military service in WWII on February 6, 1942, at Fort Bragg, N.C. He...
Topics: Draft, Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history,...
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John Charles Clark was born on February 28, 1921, in Lagrange County, Indiana, to Vernon and Ethel McConnell Clark. John Clark graduated from Hamilton High School in 1938. He enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II, where he was assigned as a forward observer and scout for B Company, 29th Field Artillery, 8th Infantry, 4th Division. Clark landed in the first wave of Allied landings at Utah Beach during the D-Day Normandy invasion of Europe on June 6, 1944. John Clark served 189 straight...
Topics: Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Purple...
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Thomas Edgar Carson Jr. was born on January 28, 1922, in Gaston County, N.C. in the Crowder's Creek area of Gastonia, N.C., to Thomas Edgar and Myrtle Norris Carson. Thomas Carson Jr. graduated from Gastonia High School, and was attending Erskine College in Due West, S.C., when he was drafted in military service during World War II. Prior to the war, he was working as an assistant salesman at the Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Gastonia. Carson Jr. was inducted into military service during WWII...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Camp Croft (S.C. : Military camp), Draft, Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military...
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Clarence Alfred Call was born on May 2, 1922 in Jerusalem in Davie County, N.C., to Taylor and Cora Call. Call served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, from August 15, 1942 to January 15, 1946. Initially, Call served as an armed guard on a Merchant ship, and was later assigned to a Troop Transport ship. He operated a Landing Craft during the D-Day Invasion of Normandy, France, in connection with other amphibious assaults along southern France, and during the Battle of Okinawa. Clarence...
Topics: Military history, Operation Neptune, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal...
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Howard Belton Greene was born on March 12, 1919, in the town of Landrum, S.C., just across the southern border of North Carolina, to Archie Belton and Bessie Katherine Foster Greene. By 1920, the Greene family was living with Archie Greene's parents in Spartanburg, S.C. By 1930, the Greene family was living in Polk County, N.C., where Archie Greene worked as farmer. By 1940, Howard Greene was working in Tryon, N.C., at the Adams-Millis Hosiery Mill. Howard Greene was inducted for active service...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military history, Operation Neptune, Oral histories,...
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Harold Lee Frank was born on September 30, 1924, in Davidson County, N.C., to Edward Lee and Annie Wood Frank. By 1930, the Frank family was living on a farm in Davidson County. The family rented crop land to farm cotton and sweet potatoes. Harold Frank as a youth rode his bike to work at the Little Yadkin Finishing Company. In 1942, Harold Frank graduated from the small Tyro High School in the small community of Tyro, N.C. By the time of his federal draft registration for World War II, Harold...
Topics: Camp Croft (S.C. : Military camp), Draft, Fort George G. Meade (Md.), Military history, Operation...
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Jeremiah Wolfe (who goes by "Jerry") was born on September 28, 1924, in the in the Big Cove Community of Cherokee, N.C., to Owen and Lucy Ann Davis Wolfe. Wolfe grew up in Sherrill Cove on the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Reservation in western North Carolina. The family home sat in the middle of what is now the Blue Ridge Parkway. Jeremiah Wolfe enlisted in the U.S. Navy during World War II on July 21, 1943, when he was a sophomore at the Cherokee Boarding School. Upon completion...
Topics: Military history, Missouri (Battleship : BB 63), Operation Neptune, Oral histories, Oral history,...
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Ellis Warner Williamson was born on June 2, 1918, in the town of Raeford in Hoke County, N.C., to James Bailey and Zula Warner Williamson. Ellis' father James served in World War I, which left Zula Williamson to care for six children through 1920 without her husband at home while Ellis was a baby. Ellis Williamson grew up and went to high school in Raleigh, N.C. He served in the North Carolina National Guard during high school and college. Williamson attended and graduated from Atlantic...
Topics: Arlington National Cemetery (Arlington, Va.), Armed Forces Staff College (U.S.), Bronze Star Medal...
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Earl Rosco Weatherly was born on January 14, 1921, in Tyrrell County, N.C., to Warren Ellis and Ida L. West Weatherly. By 1930, the Weatherly family was living in Hopewell, Virginia, where Earl's father worked as a denitrator at a silk mill. By 1940, the Weatherly family had come to live in the town of Columbia in Tyrrell County, N.C. By 1940, Earl Weatherly was attending North Carolina State College (present-day North Carolina State University) in Raleigh, N.C., studying chemical engineering....
Topics: Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal...
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Earl Holland Tyndall Jr. was born on November 2, 1922, in Lenoir County, N.C., to Earl H. and Smithy May Tyndall. His father operated the E.H. Tyndall Livestock Company in Kinston, N.C. Earl Tyndall Jr. attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and was a junior in 1942, working summers for his father at the family's livestock company. Earl Tyndall Jr. entered a student miltiary reserves program on September 1, 1942, while attending UNC. Tyndall Jr. went into active service in...
Topics: Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired...
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Ward Rhyne Robinson was born on September 11, 1920, in Catawba County, N.C., to Fenton Harrison and Rena Ikerd Robinson. By 1940, Ward Robinson was living in the town of Newton, N.C., with his grandparents (on his mother's side) John Clarence and Edith Belle Rhodes Ikerd. Robinson graduated from Startown Farm Life High School in 1937, and Balls Creek Commercial School in 1938. Prior to World War II, he attended Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, N.C., and Furman University in Greenville, S.C.,...
Topics: Military history, Operation Neptune, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal...
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Charles Hardy Outlaw was born on February 26 (or 25), 1926, to Jon and Cora Outlaw in New Hanover County, North Carolina. By the start of World War II, the Outlaws had moved to Fayetteville, N.C. Charles Outlaw enlisted in the U.S. Navy in World War II on November 3, 1943, and served on active duty until August 1945. Outlaw served aboard the USS LST-541 (Landing Ship Tank), which served in 1944 and 1945 in the European Theater and the Mediterranean and Middle East Theater. Outlaw and LST-541...
Topics: Military history, Operation Neptune, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal...
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James O. Lawson (who went as "James Radio Lawson") was born on April 30, 1924, in Rockingham County, N.C., to Ollie D. and Ruby Sullivan Lawson. He was raised in Rockingham County. Lawson finished the sixth grade, and quit school in order to work on the family farm as he was going into the seventh grade. Lawson was inducted into military service in World War II in the U.S. Navy on October 1, 1943. He served in the Navy in WWII aboard the USS Thurston (AP-77), a Navy troop transport...
Topics: Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired...
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Willie Johnson King was born on October 28, 1910 in Warren County, N.C., to Jonathan Edward and Mary Elizabeth Weldon King. He was raised outside of Norlina, N.C., where by 1930 his father was a cotton and tobacco farmer. In 1929, Willie King enlisted in the North Carolina National Guard. Willie King attended and graduated from Wise High School in Wise, N.C. Prior to the United States' entrance into World War II, Willie King served in the U.S. Army, inducted on September 16, 1940, at Fort...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Fort Jackson (S.C.), Military history, North Carolina. National Guard,...
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Grady Ransom Galloway was born on April 13, 1919, in the town of Whittier in Jackson County, N.C., to Elbert Dallas and Sarrah Jane Ward Galloway. Grady grew up in Jackson County on a mountain farm worked by his father. After graduating from Western Carolina University in 1942, he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard. Galloway was deck officer on a Coast Guard ship, and participated in five invasions during World War II, including the Normandy invasion on D-Day. In the Salerno landings in southern...
Topics: Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired...
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Aaron Eleazer Fussell Sr. was born on July 5, 1923, in the town of Rose Hill in Duplin County, N.C., to Cyrus Thomas and Myra Cavenaugh Fussell. Aaron Fussell grew up in Rose Hill where his father was a farmer, and Aaron graduated from Rose Hill High School in 1940. After high school in the summer of 1940, Fussell worked for his uncle in Laurinburg, N.C., where he served as a bookkeeper and handling the payroll for the business. He was accepted into Duke University, but his first cousin was...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military history, Operation Neptune, Operation...
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James Edward Ferrell was born on December 31, 1924, in the town of Burgaw in Pender County, N.C., to Oswald G. and Grace B. Ferrell. James' father worked as an automobile mechanic by 1930. James Ferrell was drafted into military service for World War II after graduating from Burgaw High School. He was inducted officially on May 31, 1943, at Fort Bragg, N.C. At Fort Bragg, Ferrell went through 13 weeks of basic training before shipping overseas in December 1943 to Liverpool, England. He was...
Topics: Draft, Fort Bragg (N.C.), Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history,...
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Willie Roswell Etheridge Jr. was born on April 10, 1921, in the village of Wanchese in Dare County, North Carolina, to Willie R. and Mamie Perry Etheridge. He was raised in Wanchase. Willie Jr.'s father Willie R. Etheridge Sr. opened the first fish house in Wanchese in 1936. His grandchildren and great-grandchildren run as of 2015 two packing and processing plants, Etheridge Seafood Company and Wanchese Fish Company, in the village. When he finished high school at Manteo High School in 1938,...
Topics: Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives, Retired...
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Douglas Farnum Dickerson (he went by "Curley"or "Curly") was born on March 5, 1923, in Greenville, South Carolina, to Raymond and Blanche Welker Dickerson. In 1921, Douglas' family moved to Reidsville, N.C. In 1929, they moved to Greensboro, N.C., where Douglas was raised. Douglas Dickerson was attended and graduated from Greensboro Senior High School from 1936 to 1939, where he was an athlete. Dickerson attended college at North Carolina State College of Agriculture and...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Croix de guerre (France), Draft, Fort Benning (Ga.), Fort Lewis (Wash.),...
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Hugh Blair Cherry was born on February 12, 1916, in Edgcombe County, N.C., to Charles Henry and Annabel Cherry. By 1920, the Cherry family was living in Rocky Mounty, N.C., with their large family of nine children as Charles Cherry worked as a farmer. By 1938, Hugh Cherry was working as a advertising agent for the Carolina Cooperator Publishing Company, Inc., in Raleigh. Hugh Cherry married Mary Evelyn Pipkin on September 21, 1940, in Wake County, N.C. By 1941, Hugh Cherry was working as a...
Topics: Camp Croft (S.C. : Military camp), Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral...
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Heath Harding Carriker was born on December 25, 1918, in Richmond County, N.C., to James Mathias and Martha Ashbury Haigler Carriker. Heath's father was a farmer, and he grew up working on the farm until he was drafted into military service. Heath Carriker attended and graduated from Ellerbe High School in the town of Ellerbe, N.C., in 1935. Heath Carriker was inducted into the U.S. Army on July 15, 1941, at Fort Bragg, N.C., and initially assigned initially to the U.S. Army Armored Forces at...
Topics: B-17 bomber, B-24 (Bomber), Bomber pilots, Draft, Fort Bragg (N.C.), Fort Knox (Ky.), Military...
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Duncan Campbell Blue Jr. was born on June 3, 1925, in Greensboro, N.C., to Duncan Campbell and Mary Anne Monroe Blue. Before his birth, Duncan Blue Sr. worked as a clerk for the P. B. Comer auto repair garage in Greensboro. When he was two-years old, Duncan's family moved to the town of Lakeview in Moore County, N.C., where Duncan Blue Sr. operated a barbecue stand. At the time of his federal draft registration for World War II, Duncan Blue Jr. was working in Southern Pines, N.C. He graduated...
Topics: Draft, Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history, Personal narratives,...
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Walter Greene Atkinson Jr. was born on August 5, 1921, in the town of Leaksville (now Eden) in Rockingham County, North Carolina, to Walter Greene and Nannie Martin Atkinson. His father was a veteran of WWI. By 1940, the Atkinson family was living in Leaksville, and Walter Atkinson Sr. was employed as a foreman at a bleaching mill. Walter Atkinson Jr. enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1939, and retired in 1960 from the 81st Chemical Group. By 1940, Atkinson Jr. was stationed with the Army in the...
Topics: Bronze Star Medal (U.S.), Military history, Operation Overlord, Oral histories, Oral history,...
State Archives of North Carolina
Jun 29, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1979 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1979-1980 biennium. The recordings cover session day 28 from the 1979 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
Jun 29, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1979 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1979-1980 biennium. The recordings cover session day 13 from the 197 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 136 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 135 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 134 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 133 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 132 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 131 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 130 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 129 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 128 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 126 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 125 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 124 from the 1978 second session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
May 22, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 123 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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Connie Marie Badgett Steadman was born on September 8, 1939, in Catawba County, North Carolina to Cortelyou Odell and Caroline Graves Badgett. An African American, Connie Badgett lived with her family in the small community of Locust Hill in Caswell County, North Carolina. Her family had eight children, and she was the youngest.  Her father was a farmer, a minister, and a gospel singer who sang and organized gospel quartets in Caswell County and eventually organized the family into a quartet,...
Topics: African American musicians, Badgett Sisters, Ensemble singing, Lackland Air Force Base (Tex.),...
State Archives of North Carolina
Mar 26, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 123 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
Mar 21, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 122 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
Mar 21, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 122 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
Mar 21, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 121 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
Mar 21, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 120 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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State Archives of North Carolina
Mar 21, 2018 North Carolina General Assembly
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The North Carolina Senate Audio Recordings, 1977 Collection consists of digitized audio recordings of the Senate daily legislative sessions from the North Carolina General Assembly during the 1977-1978 biennium. The recordings cover session day 119 from the 1977 regular session. Related collections including audio recordings in tape format from 1977 and 1979-2002, and in electronic files on compact discs from 2007-2010, are accessible through the State Archives of North Carolina. This recording...
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